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Insulin Resistance Approved: Blueberry & Apple Cobbler Recipe – OMGosh

Oh my, this one is for the record. I’m even getting hungry thinking about this cobbler because it is so good. Plus, it’s super duper simple to make!  As always, the ingredients have been chosen to keep our blood sugar balanced and not create  insulin resistance.

Blueberries are famous anti-oxidants, they help protect the body against free radical damage.  They protect your brain (anxiety therapy!), eyes, heart, and colon.  Blueberries are also high in manganese which helps us combat stress and fight anxiety / panic.  Plus, they taste so delicious!

I love apples because the are low glycemic like blueberries (won’t spike blood sugar) and they are high in soluble and insoluble fiber.  This in turn helps balance our blood sugar levels and takes stress off of our adrenals.

Coconut oil, well … it’s just awesome!!!  Coconut oil has a rich taste but it also helps balance blood sugar levels, combats candida (yeast overgrowth), and regulates the thyroid. It’s like putting a long, slow burning log in the fire and gives us high quality fuel to burn.

I love almonds, they are a great source for tryptophan. Tryptophan is what turns into serotonin in our body, which is the “feel good euphoric” brain chemical. Most of us who have experienced depression, anxiety, panic, or sleep problems are often low in serotonin.

Then there are the YLTG (Young Living Therapeutic Grade) oils. These aren’t the kind you find in health food or grocery stores. These are true medicinal grade and can be eaten SAFELY.  Commercially found stuff cannot and should not be ingested!   Besides tasting great, they offer health benefits.  Cassia increases insulin receptor sensitivity. Clove is one of the highest anti-oxidant substances known on earth. Onycha is anti-inflammatory and soothing.  You can find them at http://www.anxietytherapyremedies.com or contact me at Jen@NaturalAnxietyTherapy.com.  The onycha and cassia are only found in the 12 Oils of Ancient Scripture Kit.

Blueberry Apple Cobbler Recipe

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.



½ pound or 8 ounces of salted roasted almonds

¼ cup of coconut flour – sifted.

¼ cup ground flax (freshly ground is the best)

1 tsp salt

½ cup coconut oil or butter – melted (warm, not hot)

1 egg

1 drop YLTG cassia

1 drop YLTG onycha

Partial drop of YLTG clove oil

½  c. of Grade B Maple Syrup (two ¼ cups: one for dry mixture and one for drizzle)

Fruit Mixture:

3 small golden delicious apples

2 c. fresh blueberries (1 pint)

½ lemon


Core apples and slice them into eighths.  Then chop slices into smaller bite sized pieces.  Put into a 8 X 8 X 3 inch baking dish along with the pint of blueberries.  Squeeze the juice of the lemon over the fruit.  Set aside

To prepare the almonds, finely grind half of them. The other half, chop in the processor so they are chunky small pieces. (The size of peanut chunks that are used to roll caramel apples in.)

Place all of the almonds in a medium sized bowl.  Add the flax, coconut flour, and salt.  Mix ingredients together and set aside.

In a small bowl, mix together the melted coconut oil (butter), egg, cassia, onycha, and ¼ cup of maple syrup. Mix with hand mixer until evenly blended. Add clove oil by using a toothpick to dab the top of the bottle, stir this into the liquid mixture. One whole drop is overkill!

Make a well in the dry mixture of nuts, flax, and coconut flour.  Pour in the liquid mixture and stir enough so the dry mixture is completely wet.  Do not over mix. Sprinkle it over the top of the blueberries and apples so it’s evenly distributed.  Then drizzle the remaining ¼ cup of maple syrup over the top right before putting it in the oven.

Bake for 30 to 40 minutes, until the blueberries are bubbling up through the topping and top is golden brown.


lus, it’s super duper simple to make!

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